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The Road to the Long awaited Title – Arsenal’s chances!

Arsenal are leading the way in the Premier League and have a terrific opportunity to win their first league title since 2004.

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Arsenal are leading the way in the Premier League and have a terrific opportunity to win their first league title since 2004.

This was a moment that fans with Arsenal tickets were waiting for, and it felt too good to be real. This year’s team has a glorious start to the league and is showing stature under Mikel Arteta

The fans with Arsenal tickets have always been satisfied with wins coming in favour of the Gunners on most occasions. 

The team has only lost one game this season and has collected 50 points from the other 18 games, which puts them ahead of second-placed Manchester City. Although the Arsenal supporters are hopeful, they are also cautious because the team has been at the top of the league past this stage three times since the Invincibles season but failed to secure the title. 

To prevent a repeat of past failures, Arsenal acquired three new players in January: Leandro Trossard, Jakub Kiwior, and Jorginho. Here are five challenges that the team will face until the end of the season:

Arsenal will face five significant challenges in the upcoming Premier League season. The first test is against Manchester City on February 15, a match that could set the tone for the rest of the title race. Despite losing 1-0 to City in the FA Cup, Arsenal has shown that they are not intimidated by any team this season.

The second challenge is against Liverpool on April 8. Although Liverpool has struggled in the Premier League this season, they remain a formidable force at Anfield, having won six and lost one of their ten league games at home. Arsenal will look to repeat their 3-2 victory at the Emirates Stadium when they play away from home.

Manchester City will be Arsenal’s opponent for a second time on April 26, and this fixture could play a crucial role in determining the outcome of the Premier League title. The Etihad Stadium is challenging to travel to, but Arsenal has come a long way since their 5-0 defeat last season.

Three days later, Arsenal will host Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium. Chelsea’s current position is 10th in the league table, and their new signings could make this a tough test for the Gunners. However, Arsenal has a strong record against the Blues, winning five of their last six games against them.

Finally, Newcastle, competing in Champions League football, will pose a challenge to Arsenal on May 6. Newcastle has a stout defence, having conceded fewer goals than any other team in the division, and Arsenal will have to work hard to create opportunities. This match could be critical in deciding the winner of the Premier League this season.

Partey injury can spoil the League Party? 

Ghanaian midfielder, Thomas Partey, was substituted at halftime in Arsenal’s recent FA Cup match against Manchester City, which resulted in a 1-0 loss for the Gunners. 

Partey has been a key player for Arsenal this season, and former Arsenal player, Adrian Clarke, emphasized the importance of keeping Partey fit as they continue their title pursuit. Clarke stated that Partey is the “glue that holds it all together” and is currently one of the best in his position. 

Bukayo Saka – stepping into the shoes of greatness? 

Bukayo Saka has established himself as a promising talent with impressive skills and characteristics. His hardworking attitude is inspiring, as is his charming smile. He possesses the ball-handling ability of Phil Foden and the speed of Marcus Rashford, which is a unique combination. Saka is also known for his tenacity and physicality on the pitch. He demonstrated his skill by overpowering England’s top left-back, Luke Shaw, by either outpacing him down the wing or cutting inside to score a powerful goal from 25 yards. 

With his display of talent, there are clear indications that Saka could walk into the Arsenal invincible side from the yesteryears. While this might be true, the onus will be on Saka to ensure that he plays a pivotal role in guiding the Gunners to the title. Once this hurdle is complete, there might be no debate on the invincible addition. 

Fans with Arsenal tickets were elated when they had the likes of Gabriel Jesus, only to see his premature injury. But in his absence, Saka has been tremendous. If he continues this form, he is writing a new legacy at the London club. 

Transfer watch: Bamba, Caicedo, Onana rumours take centre stage

Ibrahima Bamba, a defensive midfielder for Vitoria Guimaraes, is reportedly being courted by Arsenal, according to a report from the Portuguese site Jornal de Noticias (via Sport Witness).

According to the source, Arsenal is ‘intensifying the siege’ on Bamba, 20, who has a €30 million (£26 million) release clause and is having a breakout season in the Portuguese top division. His representative was in London this week for negotiations, and a transfer might be ‘imminent’.

After declining a transfer to Chelsea, Amadou Onana is in talks to join Arsenal. This is the assertion made as both London powerhouses look to add another midfielder before Tuesday’s transfer deadline.

According to rumours, the Belgian would prefer to end the season with Everton. However, it’s said that the Toffees would approve a sale if they receive a compelling offer that exceeds the £35 million they first spent Lille to sign him.

He’ll have a £50 million price tag, according to Graeme Bailey, who spoke on the Talking Transfers podcast (via TBR). “Both Newcastle and Arsenal have communicated.”

Arsenal are prepared to break the bank with a bid of over £75 million to entice Moises Caicedo away from Brighton before the January transfer window slams shut, according to Fichajes through Ekrem Konur.

Mikel Arteta has publicly acknowledged that they are trying to add some midfield insurance, and the report adds that they are prepared to go to any lengths to recruit him.

The Times claims that Martin Zubimendi’s asking price was disclosed to Arsenal.

The midfielder from Real Sociedad will allegedly cost the Gunners £52.8 million (€60 million). The Spanish team won’t approve a deal unless the release clause for the Spaniard is fully paid.

The Premier League’s league leaders have been dominating, but Mikel Arteta would be aiming to bring in some midfield additions if they want to have a better chance to complete the season as winners.

Arsenal tickets are quickly selling out due to Arsenal’s status as a strong title contender. This means that official retail websites are not your best bet. You can get tickets for Arsenal matches through official resale websites.

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